No, I wouldn't. I liked SM64 when it came out, but SM64DS reminded me of the things that haven't aged with that game. There are whole levels/worlds in that game that I nearly can't stand. And 64DS' subpar controls (though they worked) left a sour taste in my mouth. I'm done with that game.
It'd have to be touched up design wise in some spots for me to really consider it. I love the game, but I've played it to death at this point and just better graphics (and 3Ds) wouldn't be enough to buy it new at $40 or whatever 3DS games retail at.
Nah probably not. The only reason I (or really my brother rather) ever got the DS version is because we never owned the N64 game, and I never really played it, and in fact the only reason why I'd want to get the OoT 3DS remake is because I never played that either.
I'd be tempted, so that I could play through the extra content with an analog stick, and with 3D to better judge jumps. It would be a good proof of concept of truly 3D platforming, at the very least. And they could add super-tough challenges that would only be feasible in 3D.
@Hinph Are we sure it's 3D? I guess it would kind of have to be, since Miyamoto is all hot on the benefits of stereoscopic 3D platfoming, but I can't imagine Nintendo making 3D handheld and console Marios simultaneously, especially since 2D sells so much better. Maybe they're sticking with 2D for the home console? But NSMB was a DS system-seller...
Maybe they're making 3 to 4 new Mario games simultaneously.
Probably not. I played through it on N64, DS, and Virtual Console with all 120 stars several times (150 on DS) and I'm pretty much done with the game. But then I've always preferred the 2D Mario games to the 3D ones (at least until Galaxy came around).
Actually, I probably would buy it, but I'd be angry at myself.